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Stay in touch privacy policy

Stay in touch is committed to protecting your privacy and security. This policy sets out how and why we use your personal data to keep you informed and in control of your information. From May 2018, Cornwall Council is asking residents to ‘opt-in’ in for marketing communications. This is owing to: a change to the rules that govern how we can communicate with you and a new regulation on personal data (the General Data Pro.....

Last updated: 18/03/2021 11:36:29

Re-registering a birth

What is re-registration? Re-registration is the completion of a new record of birth which supersedes an original registration. Why do I need to re-register my child's birth? There are two circumstances in which a child may be re-registered: If the child’s natural parents have married or formed a civil partnership with each other since the child was born Adding the father’s details if they weren’t recorded at the time of .....

Last updated: 26/08/2021 14:37:53

Number of rough sleepers recorded in Cornwall falls slightly

Official figures released by the government indicate that the number of rough sleepers recorded on a single night in Cornwall in November 2021 was 28. This is one fewer than the 29 people recorded as sleeping rough in November 2020. Cornwall Council cabinet portfolio holder for housing and planning Cllr Olly Monk said: “It’s a very small drop in the numbers.” “We need to remember just how quickly someone can find themsel.....

Last updated: 28/02/2022 14:43:31

We're Watching You! Anti-dog fouling campaign

We're Watching You! Support Cornwall’s #KeepCornwallClean campaign What we are doing to tackle dog fouling in Cornwall Dog fouling is high on Cornwall Council’s #KeepCornwallClean agenda:  We've trained our parking enforcement officers to issue fixed penalty notices (FPNs) for: littering dog fouling and dogs on beaches usual parking offences We increased the number of FPNs we've issued from 17 in 2018/19 to 84 in 2019.....

Last updated: 19/04/2021 14:30:40

Highways claim for damage or injury

There is no automatic right to compensation. All claims are assessed based on laws and guidelines that are in place for assessing such claims. Details on these are below. Making a claim To access the compensation claim form you must report the highway defect to us using our online reporting system. Once you have logged the defect the system will provide a unique reference number. Please enter the number below to access a .....

Last updated: 06/04/2022 10:04:58

Major incident declared as red weather warning is issued for Cornwall ahead of Storm Eunice

A major incident has been declared after a red weather warning was issued for parts of Cornwall for Friday, February 18. The Council and its partners are working together to prepare and are ready to respond to reports of damage Storm Eunice is set to bring damaging winds across the whole of the peninsula, with the worst affected areas, including the whole of the North Cornwall coast seeing the red warning issued for betwe.....

Last updated: 17/02/2022 17:35:29

Local Housing Allowance

Local housing allowance may affect you if you are able to claim Housing Benefit.  If you claim housing costs through Universal Credit the rates may differ.  Please view the Department for Work and Pensions website for more information. Local housing allowance (LHA) was introduced on 7 April 2008. It is the way we work out the maximum housing benefit rate for people who rent from a private landlord.  It’s based on how many.....

Last updated: 16/06/2022 09:17:44

Food safety and hygiene

Cornwall Port Health Authority support businesses in handling food safely and hygienically. This is so consumers don’t come to harm.  Food Safety officers within Port Health work closely with colleagues in the inland food safety team. Our functions range from risk category A premises such as shellfish depuration centres to category C/D premises (such as small yacht clubs) For a full list of functions please visit our in.....

Last updated: 25/05/2022 13:59:18

Information for families

If a loved one has recently died and the death is being investigated by the Coroner, you may find these pages helpful.   A death will be reported to the Coroner if: it is violent, sudden, unnatural or suspicious the cause of death is unknown it happened in legal custody This will be reported by the police, paramedics or doctors.  It is then the Coroner's role to investigate the death. What happens next? Once the death h.....

Last updated: 05/03/2021 13:52:31

SEND in the early years

Early Years providers in Cornwall use the Graduated Response in Early Years Foundation Stage. This helps to meet the individual needs of children with (SEN). Early years provision for children with SEND The Early Years Foundation Stage The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) sets standards for the learning, development and care of children from birth to 5 years old. All schools and Ofsted-registered early years providers .....

Last updated: 18/03/2022 12:39:35

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